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Community Consulting Teams of Boston (CCT) amplifies the impact of Boston-area nonprofits through pro bono management consulting projects performed by teams of experienced MBAs from top-tier business schools.

CCT in the News

Wellesley Townsman, September 12, 2016, Wellesley MBAs Volunteer Expertise, Reap Rewards 

Weston/Wayland Town Crier, September 12, 2016, Wayland and Weston MBAs Help Nonprofits

Newton Tab, September 13, 2016, Newton MBAs Volunteer for Nonprofit Consulting Projects

Belmont Citizen-Herald, September 26, 2016, Belmont MBAs Give Back to the Commu

Concord Journal, September 22, 2016, 

2016 Year-End Wrap-Up Event

2016 Volunteers, Clients, and special guests enjoyed our year-end wrap-up festivities at the Microsoft NERD Center celebrating the conclusion of this year’s projects. A good time was had by all with food, fun, and fascinating conversation.

Click the link below to view a musical review of the CCT year 2016.


Volunteer Profile: Stewart Chapin

Ready and Willing to Guide Potential Clients Stew is in his second year on the CCT Board heading up the Client Development group. He and his team are responsible for client outreach and assisting potential clients in the grant application process. When applications are submitted in August and September, he will be leading the difficult task of client evaluation and selection. When thinking about CCT clients, Stew feels that he “knew them when their projects were, in many cases, just rough ideas. Following the review and refining process, when client finalists were presented, the client development team hoped that CCT volunteers would feel just as jazzed about them. Months later, after project completion, the ‘graduating’ clients are at last ready to put counsel into action. And we’re ready to start all over again with next year’s class!”  Please let Stew know if there is a Boston-area nonprofit you would like to refer to CCT or if you represent a nonprofit interested in applying for a CCT project! You can email Stew at  Stew’s CCT StoryA Tuck MBA, Stew joined the CCT Board after serving as a co-project manager on three CCT projects, one with the Asperger’s Association of New England and two with Roca. During the most recent project cycle, along with his client development role, Stew sponsored the Just-A-Start project. For several years, he had also been involved on the client development committee, an experience that helped him decidethat he really wanted to devote more time to the client relationship aspect of CCT. Stew’s Other InterestsIn addition to his role with CCT, Stew is on the Board of Directors at Roca and the Advisory Board of YouthHarbors/Rediscovery, now part of the Justice Resource Institute (JRI). He is a trustee of the Bennett Family Foundation, with a grant making focus on the issues facing teens and young adults. He enjoys photography, travel and relaxing at the beach or lake.  A Marketing and Technology BackgroundStew spent over 20 years in marketing and senior management for technology companies. His positions have ranged from senior roles at Microsoft and AT&T Wireless to management, advisor, and investor roles with several technology startups. He graduated from Dartmouth College in 1977, and received his MBA as an Edward Tuck Scholar at Dartmouth’s Amos Tuck School of Business in 1982.